5) Let the dog work. Once the tracker and dog show up, check your ego and acknowledge that it's their show now. Provide them with all the details you can, show them maps, and then let the dog do its thing. The tracker will likely want to go to the hit site and start from the beginning. Don't try to force the dog and handler into the direction you think the deer is. Trust the dog. After all, if you really knew where the deer was, you wouldn't need a dog.